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Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

MAPS -> MAPS 4

If you’re new to OKC, you may not be aware of what are generally considered the “seeds” of OKC’s ongoing renaissance. MAPS, short for “Metropolitan Area Projects” was a groundbreaking pay-as-you-go series of debt-free municipal projects funded by a temporary penny sales tax.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Need to throw away dangerous stuff?

The City of OKC’s Household Hazardous Waste facility provides an environmentally safe place for residents to dispose of household hazardous waste and is free to Oklahoma City residents.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Live the live music in OKC

If you live for live music, you’ve no doubt noticed: OKC’s been bringing in quite the slate of live touring acts of late!

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Things to Do & See: October 22 - October 29, 2019

The fall festivities continues this week with a Halloween event for dogs and the second round of Haunt the Zoo. On Friday, adults will get their turn to parade the zoo in costumes at Haunt the Zoo: All Grown Up. And be sure to make arrangements to take your little monsters trick-or-treating on Monday in Bricktown. If Halloween isn’t your thing, there’s still plenty to do this week.

By Chamber Staff
Lifestyle / October 15, 2019

A stampede of horse shows has started

On one side of the city, horses are racing every weekend. On the other side, at State Fair Park, several horse shows are coming to town, bringing a huge economic impact with them.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / October 15, 2019

OKC Broadway starts new season

What do Spongebob Squarepants, Charlie Bucket and Miss Saigon all have in common? You’ll be able to learn more about each character during the 2019-2020 OKC Broadway season, which officially starts today with “Hello, Dolly!”.

By Molly Fleming
VeloCity Q&A / June 19, 2019
Tommy Yi
President & Cofounder,
StarSpace46
I thought there was a huge opportunity here, especially with MAPS 3 starting to take shape. I saw Oklahoma City as a sandbox of opportunity. That compelled me to really make a choice to stay here and build something like this.
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